February 01, 2015
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Kendall-Jackson Owners Buy California Pinot Noir Powerhouse Siduri Wines (Wine Spectator)
Adam Lee will continue as winemaker; Jackson Family Wines sees potential in single-vineyard Pinot Noir

Unfiltered: America's Grad-School Elite Compete at Bordeaux Cup (Wine Spectator)
Plus, an overproduction conviction in Bordeaux, Sonoma rejects Guy Fieri's winery, a wine embezzler goes to jail, and more

Wine Talk: NFL Veteran Ricky Jean-Francois (Wine Spectator)
An NFL veteran becomes a wine rookie

Alcohol Puts You Right to Sleep, and Then It Doesn’t (Wine Spectator)
As scientists study how the brain works when you sleep, they find a nightcap can have a big impact

8 & $20 Recipe: Pineapple-Chile Chicken Wings (Wine Spectator)
This game-day party recipe, matched up with a Riesling, doubles as a casual dinner

A Japanese Winery Helping Students with Special Needs (Wine Spectator)
For more than 50 years, a school has found healing in vineyard work and winemaking

New York's Prosecution of Wine Store for Shipping Out of State Postponed (Wine Spectator)
State agency refuses to provide witnesses at hearing against Albany's Empire Wine

Napa Police Recover Rare Wine Stolen from the French Laundry (Wine Spectator)
Sheriff reports much of $300,000 in vinous loot found in North Carolina; no arrests as investigation continues

Unfiltered: Montalcino Wineries Drawn into Cocaine-Ring Sting (Wine Spectator)
Plus, Prosecco from the keg—by any other name, and Napa's Mayacamas reopens under new management

Counterfeit Wine Investigator Has an Idea for Fighting Fakes (Wine Spectator)
After years of looking for fakes in China, Nick Bartman thinks bottles might hold a solution
  
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Kendall-Jackson Owners Buy California Pinot Noir Powerhouse Siduri Wines (Wine Spectator)
Adam Lee will continue as winemaker; Jackson Family Wines sees potential in single-vineyard Pinot Noir

Unfiltered: America's Grad-School Elite Compete at Bordeaux Cup (Wine Spectator)
Plus, an overproduction conviction in Bordeaux, Sonoma rejects Guy Fieri's winery, a wine embezzler goes to jail, and more

Wine Talk: NFL Veteran Ricky Jean-Francois (Wine Spectator)
An NFL veteran becomes a wine rookie

Alcohol Puts You Right to Sleep, and Then It Doesn’t (Wine Spectator)
As scientists study how the brain works when you sleep, they find a nightcap can have a big impact

8 & $20 Recipe: Pineapple-Chile Chicken Wings (Wine Spectator)
This game-day party recipe, matched up with a Riesling, doubles as a casual dinner

A Japanese Winery Helping Students with Special Needs (Wine Spectator)
For more than 50 years, a school has found healing in vineyard work and winemaking

New York's Prosecution of Wine Store for Shipping Out of State Postponed (Wine Spectator)
State agency refuses to provide witnesses at hearing against Albany's Empire Wine

Napa Police Recover Rare Wine Stolen from the French Laundry (Wine Spectator)
Sheriff reports much of $300,000 in vinous loot found in North Carolina; no arrests as investigation continues

Unfiltered: Montalcino Wineries Drawn into Cocaine-Ring Sting (Wine Spectator)
Plus, Prosecco from the keg—by any other name, and Napa's Mayacamas reopens under new management

Counterfeit Wine Investigator Has an Idea for Fighting Fakes (Wine Spectator)
After years of looking for fakes in China, Nick Bartman thinks bottles might hold a solution